Summit County > Breckenridge Communities > Timber Trail
A Mountain Luxury Subdivision Along the Four O'Clock Run on Peak 8
Timber Trail sounds like something out of the Old West, but in Breckenridge it is a newer outpost of wooded lots where high-end homes have been custom built, just one ski-run pitch below the base of Peak 8. The Timber Trail homes for sale include some of the highest prices sales in Breckenridge real estate history.
Timber Trail is a beautiful neighborhood and a great place for the perfect, luxury ski-in/ski-out home. Homes are right off the Four O’clock Run, near the top making it possible to ski home from Peak 8 anytime of day or head out onto the mountain by taking the Four O’clock Run downhill to the Snowflake Lift.
More about Timber Trail can be read about the stunning single-family homes found in this subdivision or browse the active Timber Trail real estate listings below.
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Elegant Timber Trail Home Styles
The first home was built in the Timber Trail subdivision in 2004. All homes are more than 4,000 square feet and each is unique. Many have garages larger than a small condo. The lots are large, but under an acre. The neighborhood is within town limits and is governed by strict planning and zoning regulations that include maintaining trees and landscaping requirements that keep the homes very private.
The architecture generally designed and built in Breckenridge in the 2000s has been a contemporary mountain style with lots of wood and stone on the exterior and exposed log-beams inside shown off by large windows. The warm sun counters the cold nearly every winter day in Breckenridge.
Ski-In/Ski-Out Location With Views
The views are spectacular whether they are of the Tenmile Range and the ski resort or across the valley. It's a five-minute drive from any Timber Trail home to the center of Breckenridge. From the Timber Trail neighborhood, one can take a mile-long hike or ski downhill along Four O’clock Run.
Timber Trail in Breckenridge, CO
- Number of Units: 8 homes; 23 total
- Vacant Lots: 15
- Acreage: .34 to .76 acre (a 1 acre vacant lot on the road, lot 3, )
- Size: 5-7 Bedrooms
- Size: 4781 (2010 basement) sq. ft. to 9536 sq. ft.
- Year Built: 2004 - present
- HOA: Timber Trail Association
- Amenities: close to the base of Peak 8, in town, on 4 O’clock run, views, near Breckenridge Nordic Center.
Location and Driving Directions to Timber Trails, Breckenridge
From the center of Breckenridge (main stop light on Ski Hill Road) take Ski Hill Road to CR 708, or Timber Trail Drive, turn left onto this road and stay on it. The neighborhood is about one half mile south and at the end of the cul-de-sac.
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